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[image]Liftoff! - NASA
NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory and its Taurus booster lift off Feb. 24 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 4:55 a.m. EST. The satellite ultimately did not reach orbit when the payload fairing failed to separate properly. Image courtesy of Orbital Sciences Corp. Feb. 24, 2009
Keywords: launch, taurus, oco, vandenberg, orbiting carbon observatory; What -- Taurus; Where -- California
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[image]Taurus Stands Tall - NASA
NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, OCO, upper stack is lowered onto the Stage 0 motor of Orbital Sciences' Taurus XL vehicle. The vehicle and spacecraft will launch from Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Image credit: NASA/Richard Nielsen Feb. 19, 2009
Keywords: taurus, oco, orbiting carbon observatory, vandenberg, vafb; What -- Taurus; Where -- California
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[image]Sunset Silhouette - NASA
A sunset silhouette of the Taurus XL rocket with NASA's OCO satellite aboard sits poised for launch on Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Image credit: NASA/Analex Randy Beaudoin Feb. 23, 2009
Keywords: Taurus, OCO; What -- Taurus
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[image]At the Ready - NASA
On Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, or OCO, has been erected atop Orbital Sciences' Taurus XL rocket for launch. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin Feb. 19, 2009
Keywords: vafb, vandenberg, oco, orbiting carbon observatory, taurus; What -- Taurus
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[image]Reporting to the Launch Pad - NASA
The payload fairing carrying NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory arrives at Space Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The spacecraft will launch aboard Orbital Sciences' Taurus XL rocket, being erected at left. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin, VAFB Feb. 10, 2009
Keywords: What -- Taurus; Where -- California
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[image]All Stacked Up - NASA
On Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, OCO, upper stack is lowered toward the Stage 0 motor of the Taurus XL vehicle. The upper stack consists of Stages 1, 2 and 3 of the Taurus. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin Feb. 18, 2009
Keywords: oco, orbiting carbon observatory, vandenberg, vafb, taurus; What -- Taurus
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[image]Take a Closer Look - NASA
On Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, Orbital Sciences Engineer Jose Castillo (right) maneuvers the bucket truck into position over the fairing access door on NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, or OCO. Technician Mark Neuse feels for the payload access door through the environmental cover. Image credit: NASA/Richard Nielsen Feb. 18, 2009
Keywords: taurus, oco, orbiting carbon observatory, vandenberg, vafb
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[image]Going Horizontal - NASA
Enclosed in its payload fairing, NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory is lowered to a horizontal position before it is moved into an integration tent at Space Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin Feb. 10, 2009
Keywords: Where -- California
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[image]The Upper Stack - NASA
Just before dawn on Launch Complex 576-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a crane lifts the tent covering (at left) NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory, or OCO, the Taurus XL upper stack and the umbilical tower. The tent removal will allow OCO to be hoisted into place atop the Taurus rocket's Stage 0. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin Feb. 18, 2009
Keywords: oco, orbiting carbon observatory, vandenberg, vafb, taurus; What -- Dawn; What -- Taurus
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[image]Waiting for a Lift - NASA
Workers prepare NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory upper stack for attachment to the umbilical tower above. The umbilical tower will be erected on the pad. The upper stack consists of Stages 1, 2 and 3 of the Taurus. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin Feb. 18, 2009
Keywords: oco, orbiting carbon observatory, taurus, vandenberg, vafb; What -- Taurus
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